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Vakola, M. and Bouradas, D. (2005) Antecedents and Consequences of Organizational Silence: An Empirical Investigation. Employee Relations, 27, 441-458.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/01425450510611997

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  • TITLE: The Effect of Psychological Capital and Organizational Support on Innovational Behavior and Silence Behavior of Technical Innovation Personnel in Strategic Emerging Industry

    AUTHORS: Yunchun Yu, Quan Liu

    KEYWORDS: Psychological Capital, Organizational Support, Innovational Behavior, Silence Behavior

    JOURNAL NAME: American Journal of Industrial and Business Management, Vol.6 No.6, June 20, 2016

    ABSTRACT: Chinese strategic emerging industry has been developed rapidly in recent years. As the important guarantee and intellectual support required in the development of this kind industry, enterprise technology innovation talents have become the most significant strength to promote the enterprise technology and industry progress. Therefore, how to guide and motivate their creativity ability at the most extent has come to be a vital scientific question. In order to search for the improvement path to such employees’ innovation ability, the current study mainly investigated the effect of both psychological capital and organizational support on innovation and silence behavior within technical innovation personnel. Through the regression analysis of 350 questionnaires, our results showed that both psychological capital and organizational support had worthy negative effect on their silence behavior and positive effect on their innovation behavior, respectively; meanwhile, psychological capital and organizational support showed interaction effect to both innovation and silence behavior within technical innovation personnel. According to our results, in order to better motivate employees’ innovation ability, corporations should take supportive policies and improve employees’ psychological capital.